Jon Meakes was left fuming that St Albans City threw away three points with mistakes and a lack of bravery.

A Zane Banton goal five minutes into stoppage time was enough to earn Saints a 3-3 draw at Weymouth in a match where that was only the end of the dramatic finish.

City had lead 2-1 going into the final five minutes, only to concede twice.

And while Meakes is still searching for his first win as full-time manager, his first game on Saturday ending in a 1-1 draw with Welling United, Banton's goal does mean he is also undefeated.

That is little comfort though.

The boss said: "We've just told the boys how disappointed we are at throwing away two points.

"The first half was one of our best performances and we would have been three or four goals to the good with better finishing.

"But we make one mistake when we should be clearing our lines and give them a goal.

"That gave them momentum but we came back well and got our two goals and we dominated a team that wants to come after you and press.

"They couldn't get near us."

"Second half there was an element of bravery on the ball [that was missing]. As soon as we pass the ball long, it lets them back into the game.

"That's all they are about, They want to fight you and keep putting the ball in behind you and chasing you down and when we don't have the ball, we haven't got control.

"We need bravery to stay on the ball.

"But we got to 85 minutes and still leading. If we got a third when we created good chances, the game is done.

"Their second goal was another mistake by us and that's why we haven't got the three points."